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jQuery for JavaScript

jQuery for JavaScript
When jQuery library for JavaScript was released in January 2006, everyone thought, "another beautiful toy".

jQuery for beginners: AJAX

jQuery for beginners: AJAX
In this article I'll try to explain how to implementing AJAX requests.

Researching page and block heights in JavaScript

Researching page and block heights in JavaScript
When you create HTML page the width of an element is usually already specified (in percentage or in pixels), but the height can often vary, depending on the content.

Cross-browser compatible add to favorites/bookmarks JavaScript

Cross-browser compatible add to favorites/bookmarks JavaScript
Cross-browser adding pages to favorites is implemented by JavaScript.

jQuery for beginners: selectors

jQuery for beginners: selectors
Recently, I was repeatedly asked how to select a particular element in DOM, and this article will be entirely devoted to selectors in jQuery, perhaps most of them you have seen in various sources, but it's worth to put them together in one place.

Analyzing GET request with JavaScript

Analyzing GET request with JavaScript
GET requests (using address bar) can be easily analyzed with JavaScript.

The base tag or how to turn relative addressing into absolute

The base tag or how to turn relative addressing into absolute
There are a couple of cases where it is practical to use the tag base, for example, when the same images are in different structural parts of the site.

Meta tags in HTML

Meta tags in HTML
Meta tags are special tags in HTML that contain auxiliary information about the document.

CSS: working with units

CSS: working with units
In CSS absolute and relative units are used to specify dimensions of various elements.

CSS: changing cursor

CSS: changing cursor
You can use styles to change the appearance of the cursor and select one of the fifteen available options.

CSS: working with lists

CSS: working with lists
With CSS, you can create bulleted and numbered lists, and also use an image as a substitute for list item.

CSS: styling links

CSS: styling links
To control the appearance of hypertext in CSS, use pseudo-classes, which are specified after selector A and a colon.

CSS: working with color

CSS: working with color
CSS has several parameters to set the color of the text and background areas on a Web page.

CSS: working with text

CSS: working with text
With CSS, you can set the style and appearance of the text.

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